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» Square One | Atlanta, Georgia
OneCityWalk_SM Square One will be a 203-unit apartment home and 10k square foot of retail, mixed-use community in the City of Sandy Springs with a planned completion date in Q4 2016. The Urbanist inspired walkable mixed-use district is quickly becoming the new downtown for the City of Sandy Springs. Square One will be located at the northwest corner of Roswell Road and Hammond Drive in the heart of the City Center master plan area. With its close proximity to I-285 and prime location within the prestigious Central Perimeter submarket, Square One will offer luxury apartment living with resort style amenities including a resort style pool, Atlanta skyline views, fire pits, an indoor/outdoor club room, and first floor retail. Residents will have walking access to restaurants, dining and upscale shopping including a nearby Whole foods Market.
» 930 Nomo | Charleston, South Carolina
930 NoMo 930 NoMo is a 151 unit, 426 bed, “Class A” purpose-built student housing development on the Charleston Peninsula with views of both the Cooper River as well as the iconic Copper River Bridge and within the vibrant and eclectic North Morrison corridor.  930 NoMo is located at the foot of the North of Morrison District with popular local restaurants and bars including Taco Boy, Tattooed Mouse, Santi’s, Martha Lou’s Kitchen and Royal American. Locals are referring to NoMo as the “Creative Corridor,” or “Art District” and many say it’s becoming one of the hippest, most central places within the Charleston metro area in which to live, work and play.
» Cosmopolitan Townhomes | Atlanta, Georgia
Cosmo_Brownstones_SM Kaplan Residential completed site work and delivered 33 Townhome pads to Rockhaven Homes in early 2016 for them to begin vertical construction. The Cosmopolitan is a vibrant new townhome community located in one of Buckhead's most desirable locations and right in the middle of Atlanta's newest redevelopment project, Lindbergh Park.
» Waterford on Piedmont | Atlanta, Georgia
waterford The Waterford on Piedmont is a 153 unit high-rise apartment complex in Midtown Atlanta. Formerly the site of a brownfield, the Waterford on Piedmont was completed in 2002, and was one of Midtown’s first high-rise rental communities. Area amenities include the nearby Fox Theatre, the Civic Center, and the Phillips Arena, which is considered one of the best multipurpose entertainment complexes in the country.
» 375 Highlands | Atlanta, Georgia
375Highlands_SMv2 With excellent accessibility to Downtown Atlanta, in 1998 375 Highlands became home for families looking for in-town living. The community was built identical to its successful predecessor 450 Piedmont, but was sold off as condominiums. Highland Rd has since taken off thanks in part to 375 Highlands, attracting restaurants, parks, and new residential development.
» The Blake | Savannah, Georgia
Cosmo_Brownstones_SM The Blake is a “Class A” 270-bed, purpose-built, student housing development scheduled to be completed for the 2016 fall quarter. Located in the historic district of Savannah, Georgia, The Blake will cater to the quickly growing 8,000+ full-time undergraduate and 1,000+ graduate students of the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD). The project will be situated on a 1.12 acre site nestled along the quiet and safe, yet conveniently located, Selma Street. Located less than 0.5 miles, or a 10 minute walk, from SCAD’s main campus. Beyond benefitting from the close proximity to SCAD’s campus the location provides a convenient and safe passage to Savannah’s nightlife corridor located on West Broughton Street.
» Townhouse Atlanta | Atlanta, Georgia
450Piedmont_SM A former bus depot and brownfield site, in 1997 Townhouse Atlanta became the catalyst of Midtown Atlanta’s redevelopment. The community consists of 250 luxurious 1 and 2 bedroom townhome rental units with attached garages and on-site swimming pool and pool house It is considered the benchmark for continued growth in Midtown Atlanta’s business community, attracting executive families, first-class shopping and fine restaurants to the area.
» Park Row Townhomes | Atlanta, Georgia
soon Construction began on this townhome development in March of 2003. The project is located in the redevelopment area of Grant Park in Atlanta, GA. Park Row offers residences in an urban setting while maintaining a quaint neighborhood charm.
» Cosmopolitan at Lindbergh | Atlanta, Georgia
CosmoLinbergh_SM Construction begin in 2005 and was completed in 2007 on this 258 unit development located in the fashionable Buckhead neighborhood of Atlanta. The project provides a live, work, play environment in an urban setting with access to mass transit, restaurants and entertainment all within walking distance. There are a variety of versatile floor plans offered as well as an amenity package which includes a pool, billiard room, fitness center, theater, concierge and a business center.
» LaMer at Sayreville | Middlesex County, New Jersey
LaMer_SM Construction began in 1986 at LaMer at Sayreville, a mixed-use residential development consisting of 1,524 housing units at a cost of $400,000,000. Built in five (5) phases and completed in 2007, LaMer has created several distinctive neighborhoods consisting of single-family homes, townhomes, carriage homes and a comprehensive on-site recreational complex. LaMer was voted 2001 Community of the Year by the New Jersey Homebuilders Association.
» Hidden Lake | North Brunswick, New Jersey
HiddenLake_SM Construction began in 1972 at Hidden Lake in North Brunswick, a large- scale, mixed- use development consisting of 1,655 residential units and 50,000 SF of commercial space at a cost of $280,000,000. Construction of the entire complex was completed in 1987 by Kaplan Construction. Hidden Lake received several state and national awards as well as critical acclaim in the real estate press for its innovative design.
» Raintree at Freehold | Freehold, New Jersey
Raintree_SM Raintree at Freehold, is a large-scale mixed-use development consisting of 1,200 residential units and a 160,000 SF shopping center at a cost of $300,000,000. Started in 1985, the development was completed in 1995. The community has won two awards including the Jasper Award presented by the Professional Builder Magazine in 1986 and the SAM Award, presented by Excellence in Landscaping in 1986.